ClimaGreen Increasing the productivity of the research greenhouse
through an energy efficient climate control
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  • Project code: RO-NO-2019-0420
  • Project title: Energy-efficient climate control of a greenhouse for increased productivity
  • Total project value: 5.995.584 lei / 1.230.216,68 euro
  • Total value of public funding: 5.733.111,39 lei / 1.176.360,68 euro out of which 85% public funding from Norway Grants and 15% national co-funding – UEFISCDI
  • Own contribution (Gether AS): 262 472,61 lei / 53.856 euro
  • Implementation period: 01/01/2021 – 30/04/2024

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ClimaGreen is a multidisciplinary research project between the Research Center for Studies of Food and Agricultural Products Quality of the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest (USAMV), SINTEF Energy Research and Gether AS (both from Norway).



“Project funded by the Norway Grants Research Program 2014-2021 and managed by UEFISCDI”


Just a while ago, episode 4 of the 3rd series of the video podcast “Research in the spotlight” dedicated to the Norway Grants project was released.

What are the Norway Grants?

  • The European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area and to strengthening bilateral relations with the 15 beneficiary countries in Eastern and Southern Europe and the Baltic states.
  • These financial mechanisms are based on the European Economic Area Agreement which reunites the EU member states and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as equal partners in the internal market.
  • Funding is channelled through financing programmes, under specific priority sectors, while the areas, objectives and expected results are established with each beneficiary country.
  • For more details on the EEA and Norway Grants see, and
  • Romania was granted €906 million for three financing periods.

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What is financed?

In the period 2018-2024 funding will be provided under 12 financing programmes established in the areas:
– local development, reduction of poverty, Roma inclusion, children and youth at risk, human rights
– renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy security
– business development, innovation and SMEs
– public health
– research
– cultural heritage, cultural entrepreneurship and cultural cooperation
– justice, correctional services, fighting domestic and gender-based violence
– home affairs, police cooperation and combating crime
– education, scholarships, apprenticeship and entrepreneurship for youth
– social dialogue and decent work
– active citizens – civil society
– environment and climate change